X Games Sydney Course Preview
Welcome to Sydney
We have arrived in Sydney for the first X Games to ever take place in Australia. The skate and BMX athletes are currently testing out the Street and Big Air courses, getting ready for the main event, which starts on Thursday. For a sneak preview from the venue, check out this gallery. Click on...
The view from here
X Games is taking place at the Sydney Showground Stadium, also known as Spotless Stadium, in the Sydney Olympic Park. The stadium hosted baseball during the 2000 Summer Olympics. Today it is home to the Australian Football Leagues Greater Western Sydney Giants and Big Bash Leagues Sydney Thunder.
Leticia Bufoni tests out the Street course. Women's Skateboard Street goes down live in Sydney on October 19 at 6 p.m.
Dashawn Jordan tests out another rail option on the Street Course. The Men's Skateboard Street Qualifier goes down on October 20 at 1 p.m. in Sydney.
The Big Air ramp roll in is 83-feet tall, leading into an option of a 50- or 70-foot gap. The BMX Big Air Final goes down on October 21 at 12 p.m. in Sydney.
The Big Air ramp ends in a 28-foot-high quarterpipe. The Skateboard Big Air final goes down on October 20 at 6:15 p.m. in Sydney.
Despite rain throughout the week, the BMX and Moto X dirt courses finally started to take shape on Friday morning. Although Moto X Step Up was canceled, there is still a wealth of dirt action to take place at X Games Sydney 2018!